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for the alerts and they told us last night actually not to park there. >> my husband was picking up the kids and when he drove that way and realized everything was shut down he saw a car and the back of a truck going the different direction than it should be. >> they may share the same commute but today not the same experience. let's rewind. take a half foot of rain, add it to a swollen river and you get flooding along a waterway where thousands of people live and breathe alongside. the most serious issue, sky 9 capturing rescuers taking the lifeless pod of a homeless woman out of a flooded homeless camp, and then the city opened up two dams, to relieve pressure. people in laurels flood zone were asked to evacuate. a shelter was opened. roads were closed. cars were towed out of the cities commuter lot and then the water receeded and a flood warning lifted. the evening commute home was either an easy one or tough, depending on whether your car was waiting for you or not. >> now what do you have to do? >> i think go to the police station and give them money and pick up my car. >> you think? >>
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